Since we're no longer allowed to leave our homes unless we have very important reasons (buying food, working in health care/food supply etc., helping others, going to doctor (after calling their office first)), I thought I'd share some fairly cheap products with you that you can use at home for the time during which your country will also announce it's locked down and everyone is quarantined.
I think it is safe to assume by now that this will happen almost everywhere until herd immunity has been reached - flattening the curve is essential when it comes to helping the health care sector take care of everyone and not becoming overwhelmed with all the severely sick people.
I have all of these products at home and use them daily, I bought them myself and like them a lot, so this is by no means an advertisement for Amazon, but much rather a suggestion for you :)
I know that most of these products are available from fitness influencers, I have never bought anything off of Instagram/YouTube, but these products have lasted me more than a year each already.
Awesome for sore muscles. Will get a Triggerding soon.
This one is much better than the rubber ones. My rubber ones all snapped at some point, this one is very durable and very strong.
Also available in other strengths (green is medium and orange is light). Unlike the rubber small loop bands, they do not slip off. They will stay in the same shape, or at least this is the case for the (again, very strong) blue band.
Here are some ways to use them:
I use this for practicing my splits. Great quality, I've had it for more than four years now. I've used it so much that I always think it'll snap but the quality is still the same as it was when I purchased it. You can be extremely rough with it and it's fine.
Here are some ways to use bands like this for stretching, especially for the pose at 1:00 it's extremely helpful.
I use these for yoga and to overflex/stretch my muscles (also for splits). I don't like that they're plastic, but for overstretching, the cork ones are way too hard. I'll purchase a soft cork one when I find it. Had these for three years, still look great. Easy to clean.
I hope this was at least somewhat helpful - feel free to share your own suggestions below!